A person who appears to be ambling aimlessly, but is secretly in search of adventure.

2.11.2010

Half price tickets tonight if you tell them you're a fan of The Pink Line Project at the door!


"Make no mistake: what Taffety Punk puts on the stage is art. This is unquestionably one of the most successful efforts I have ever seen to put dance at the service of the story." —DC Theatre Scene

ONLY 4 SHOWS LEFT.
Don't miss the most original theatre you will see this year.
With new music by Beauty Pill.

Reserve your tickets now for
suicide.chat.room
call (202) 261-6612
or email us at tix@taffetypunk.com

Feb 11, 12, 13 at 8pm
with a matinée on Saturday at 3pm
in the Mead Theatre Lab at Flashpoint
916 G Street NW WDC

"A dance play of fast pulse and earnest impulse."
— The Washington Post

"Taffety Punk tackles a forbidden subject with stark artistry." —The Express

"An invitation to a necessary conversation.... lyrical and convulsive.... not an easy place to forget" —The Washington City Paper

"A compelling emotional illustration." —DCist


Runs through February 13th, 8pm each night, with a Saturday matinée at 3pm. $10 at the door. Cash money. No credit cards or or checks, please. Reservations can be made by writing to tix@taffetypunk.com, or calling (202) 261-6612.

A new work composed from actual text on suicide usenet groups, this unique departure from conventional theatre combines choreography by our very own Paulina Guerrero with new music by Dischord recording artists Beauty Pill, all woven into an elaborate punk dance theatre concert. Directed by founding artistic director Marcus Kyd, suicide.chat.room features company member Kimberly Gilbert with guest artists Elizabeth Abt, Tonya Beckman Ross, Paul Edward Hope, Liz Maestri, and Faction of Fools' very own Matthew R. Wilson. Click here to read the Washington Post article about the creation of the pieceThis week's City Paper featured an interview with composer Chad Clark about how recovering from a near-death experience prefaced this original score

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